Cabin/Escape the City
The Studio, built in 1980 as part of a retreat for a well-known photographer and his family, was renovated in 2013 to bring it up to date.
Modern Adirondack Retreat
Re-establishing the sentimental tone between a legacy property and its natural surroundings is a delicate undertaking, especially when it is situated within a...
After a two-year search, the couple finally found the perfect place for their permanent base camp amid backcountry...
A Swedish Summer Cabin That Sits Above and Among the Trees
Perched on stilts, a minimal timber-frame cabin rises in Sweden's Archipelago.
Professional backcountry snowboarders Zach and Cindi Lou Grant modernized a run-down A-frame cabin outside of Park...
For the garage, the couple replaced rotted timbers, swapped in new gutters, and stained the exterior Cordovan Brown by...
In the Acadian village of Caraquet, YH2 Architecture raised two identical cabins on a site 200 feet from the sandy...
A supposedly impossible site was the perfect plot for Hale (pictured) and Edmonds, who were searching for some sort of...
One Couple's Imagination Goes Wild at a 1967 Weekend Retreat
Offbeat furnishings are kindred spirits to an architectural oddball in the Hudson Valley.
Hiding Out in Montana's Rocky Mountains
Each week, we tap into Dwell's Instagram community to bring you the most captivating design and architecture shots of the week.
Three Joined Cabins Turn This Virginia Retreat Into a Modern Take on Camp
For some people, building a house may seem like a daunting commitment to permanence—a kind of spatial lockdown.
Out of Town
The modern country escape a New York City couple builds in the Catskill Mountains quickly becomes home...
The Hatch Cottage is both a gorgeous example of American modern architecture and a peaceful retreat located in a pristine...
A fresh approach to the region’s rural vernacular...
Off the Beaten Path
A dramatic departure from your typical cabin on the lake, this unique retreat adds shades of black to a tiny island awash with...
A Sustainably Built Home in Rural Ontario
For this rural Ontario home, building sustainably was less about high-tech gizmos than learning to truly love the land.
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